Girls as young as 11 are filming themselves ‘performing sexually’ at home as figures reveal over 100 cases a day

Thousands of British youngsters are being persuaded to broadcast sexually explicit videos from their own bedrooms as part of a worrying new trend, the Sunday Telegraph can reveal.

Many of the youngsters who film themselves performing sexually do so in the belief that the video will only be viewed by a boyfriend or a close circle of acquaintances, and film themselves in the comfort of their own bedroom.

But in reality the person on the other end of the web-camera is often a predatory paedophile, who has manipulated the victim into believing they are in a relationship with someone their own age.

Susie Hargreaves, the CEO of the organisation, said there had been an explosion in the volume of self generated videos featuring very young girls and they were now beginning to replace traditional paedophile material found online.

She said: “Of the material we have seen this year 96 per cent of the videos feature girls and of those 85 per cent are aged between 11 and 13.

Source: Girls as young as 11 are filming themselves ‘performing sexually’ at home as figures reveal over 100 cases a day

Many US women say 1st sexual experience was forced in teens

The first sexual experience for 1 in 16 U.S. women was forced or coerced intercourse in their early teens, encounters that for some may have had lasting health repercussions, a study suggests.

The experiences amount to rape, the authors say, although they relied on a national survey that didn’t use the word in asking women about forced sex.

Almost 7 percent of women surveyed said their first sexual intercourse experience was involuntary; it happened at age 15 on average and the man was often several years older.

Almost half of those women who said intercourse was involuntary said they were held down and slightly more than half of them said they were verbally pressured to have sex against their will.

Source: Many US women say 1st sexual experience was forced in teens

We don’t need another family law inquiry. We need action.

Scott Morrison’s announced a Parliamentary Inquiry into family law system. Hayley Foster from Women’s Safety NSW says action is needed.

You’ll have to forgive women and children’s safety advocates for their suspicion when we’ve just had a Parliamentary Inquiry into the family law system in 2017 followed by a comprehensive review of the family law system undertaken by the Australian Law Reform Commission in 2018 and the government goes off and announces another “wide-ranging inquiry into the family law system” headed up by Liberal MP Kevin Andrews and One Nation’s Pauline Hanson.

In truth, we don’t need another inquiry, we need action.

Source: We don’t need another family law inquiry. We need action.

Family and domestic violence court needed to protect children

To address the problems with the family law system that has put people in danger and resulted in the deaths of children, Women’s Legal Services Queensland (WLSQ) has met with federal politicians to call for a federal and domestic violence court.

Source: Family and domestic violence court needed to protect children – Lawyers Weekly

Tanya Davies challenges Berejiklian over ‘shameful’ abortion bill

It also wasn’t so long ago that one of the key opponents to Berejiklian’s handling of the bill, Tanya Davies, was the state’s Minister for Women, and issuing reports and initiatives aimed at ’empowering’ women and girls. Having previously promised to join the cross bench if her amendments to the abortion bill were rejected, Davies is now part of the trio orchestrating this spill, along with Matthew Mason-Cox and Lou Amato.

The move by the rogue MPs is unlikely to be successful but is no doubt designed to weaken Berejiklian’s leadership and keep the abortion issue firmly on the table, more than 119 years after it was first instated.

Source: Tanya Davies challenges Berejiklian over ‘shameful’ abortion bill

WARNING: This story uses dictionary definitions: Heterosexual couple makes a baby.

Hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) then pre-eclampsia (PE) are two conditions I wish on no woman and Rebecca experienced both.  They are both debilitating and potentially life-threatening conditions of pregnancy and she is also dealing with the emotional burden of a spouse who is upset about the marriage equality plebiscite.  Upset enough to see his own allied health professional. Autogynephilic (AGP) men are known to seek transition, aka attention, while their wives are pregnant. This is a pattern in the albeit scant literature of when some males transition. Instead of waiting to transition and support a clearly unwell pregnant woman, Isabelle begins elective medical sterilisation which is known to cause physical inconveniences. Attention seeking, much?.

The trans narrative insists, many times violently insists, many times with claims of bigotry that using the term, ‘mother’ is ‘misgendering’, is ‘transphobic’, and ‘erasure’, many times using the unwitting police to harass women (mostly).  Many women have been banned from internet forums for the ideological crime of saying ‘mother’.  Ironically, it is also telling that a transwoman, a biological man, now has the license to use the term ‘biological mothers’.   How we hate women. We steal their words and apply them to biological men.

There is no way on earth a biological male becomes a ‘female’ as ABC has published beneath the fifth photo. Isabelle transitioned to being female while Rebecca was pregnant with their son. This is utter biological nonsense, it fell from a cow’s behind.  The national broadcaster should be ashamed of publishing this gaslighting, political fiction. This is grooming the public for a hidden purpose. What is the purpose?

Source: WARNING: This story uses dictionary definitions: Heterosexual couple makes a baby.

Abused women losing kids to child protection due to lack of safe housing

New research focusing on women in NSW and the NT uncovers scary stories of women forced to remain in abusive relationships due to a lack of housing, with women losing their children to care because they could not provide a safe environment.

Key points:

  • A lack of housing is sending children of women in abusive relationships into care because they have nowhere safe to take them
  • Indigenous women are 34 times more likely to be hospitalised for domestic violence than their non-Indigenous counterparts
  • One survivor wants authorities to have more power to make perpetrators leave the family home, rather than mothers with children

Source: Abused women losing kids to child protection due to lack of safe housing – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Single Mothers and Witch Hunting

With the advent of the birth control, and abortion reform laws women were able to take more control over their reproduction. Changes to the Family Law Act in 1975, also allowed women to leave unhappy and abusive marriages. This has had an impact on the number of women raising children on their own.

Emily Wolfinger has analysed this trend and argues that whilst the denigration of single mothers on moral grounds has decreased, they now face being labelled as ‘welfare dependents”, resulting in “punitive and paternalistic policy measures”.

The oppression of women, and single mothers in particular, has been going on since the beginning of patriarchy, almost 5,000 years ago.

The witch hunts were about controlling and the oppression of women. Women are required to be under control of a male within the nuclear family and hence under the control of the state. And the treatment of single mothers today is indicative of state’s continued control and oppression of women.

Source: » Single Mothers and Witch HuntingMairiVoice

Transgender children who are medically treated risk ‘serious and irreversible damage’, leading psychiatrist warns

Transgender children who undergo medical or surgical treatments risk “serious and irreversible damage”, a leading psychiatrist has warned, as he accuses lobby group of “silencing debate”.

Source: Transgender children who are medically treated risk ‘serious and irreversible damage’, leading psychiatrist warns